The learning curve is steep, not only on the way up, but on the back-end as well – learning experts call this “The Forgetting Curve”. As event and learning professionals, it may make you uncomfortable to hear that only 20% of the knowledge presented at events will be retained.
Today’s meeting planners are challenged by their internal and external clients to keep the momentum of a meeting going well after it concludes. Here are some ideas that may help keep your event front of mind with the attendees after they have departed.
William Moulton Marston, a physiological psychologist with a Ph.D. from Harvard, introduced the DiSC Behavior Model in his 1928, <em>Emotions of Normal People</em>. In the book, he introduced his theory on the impact that human emotions have on behavior and how behavior may change over time. His goal was to identify practical explanations that would help people understand behavior and how to better relate with others.
This is the fourth installment of a new series of "Day in the Life" articles featuring IMS team members and how they spend their day in the office or on the road supporting our clients. This is the recent "day in the life" of Chris Leonard, Director of Audio.
Congratulations to our CEO, Jill Renninger, on her nomination for Technology CEO of the Year at the Enterprise Awards!